At CES 2017, Roccat debuted not only a trio of mice (not to mention an analog gaming keyboard), but its own mouse sensor, which is the result of a venture with PixArt.
The Glaive RGB is a right-handed mouse that features a 16,000 DPI optical sensor developed for Corsair in partnership with PixArt. It has a trio of removable thumb rests, too.
Last summer at Computex, Patriot expanded its lineup of gaming peripherals and showed off what would become its new flagship mouse, the Viper V570. Now, the mouse is available, and it costs $60.
Following its endeavors into the gaming peripherals market with its two Alloy mechanical keyboards, HyperX is now officially in the mouse game.
The modular Morpha X gaming mouse from Epic Gear was supposed to hit stores in February. Availability is now slated for mid-March, but that gave Epic Gear time to add a couple of tweaks.
Biostar has another relatively inexpensive mouse (the GM5) hitting the market, but it's not quite as cheap as its siblings.
At CES, there are often a couple of intriguing bits of new tech we see that fly under the radar. Such was the case this year with the Lenovo Multimedia Controller.
The small but growing contingent of mechanical keyboards sporting Cherry’s MX Speed (Silver) switches got another member at CES with Cooler Master’s MasterKeys S keyboard.
It's a fifth "Ventus" mouse for Thermaltake; this one has an optical sensor and, of course, RGB lighting. Two zones.
Epic Gear didn't have much to show in the way of new keyboards and mice at CES. Rather, it expanded the accessory line to include lots of eye candy.
Corsair has a few expensive gaming mice, and a few not so expensive, but the least expensive mouse in its product stack is now the $30 Corsair Harpoon RGB.